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Sarah Kanouse and Shiloh Krupar step down as Interim Co-Directors with call to “Decolonize Public Agencies.”

Screenshot of full-color layout for the final TLC Service report.

Long-term interim co-directors Kanouse and Krupar published a summative ten-year report on the activities of the National Toxic Land/Labor Conservation Service in the recently released book Toxic Immanence (edited by Livia Monnet, McGill-Queens University Press, 2022). In an era in

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A Colorado Field Report: Design Charrette on Cold War Monuments & Environmental Heritage Trail

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On March 19, 2016, the National TLC Service held a design charrette in Colorado Springs, CO, focused on developing experimental commemorations of the region’s ongoing Cold War legacy. The charrette was part of a collaborative Atomic Landscapes exhibition with the

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National TLC Service at Boston Does Boston 9

The National TLC Service is participating in Boston Does Boston 9, an exhibition at Proof Gallery January 23-February 20, 2016. The annual exhibition invites a handful of Boston-based artists to exhibit and select another Boston-based artist to also contribute to

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How to Be Uncertain; or, My Cold War Kitchen Cabinets

[HOME JOURNAL] – A National TLC Service initiative to advance investigation of the domestic remains of war-making in/on the homefront—our literal homes! The National TLC Service call for homegrown reflections on the ways the Cold War shapes our everyday lives

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Field Agent Willauer Presents “Atomic Midwest”

Christopher Willauer, a National TLC Service field agent, has been assisting with research into the atomic history of the American Midwest. He will present his findings at the Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates annual Spring Undergraduate Research Fair on

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